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May 2016 - Dallas

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OH, THE PLACES THEY'LL GO THE STYLE-MAKER'S GUIDE TO HIDDEN HAUNTS AND MUST-STOPS AT DALLAS DESIGN DISTRICT. BY REBECCA SHERMAN FAVORITE BREAKFAST SPOT BEFORE HEADING OUT TO SHOP. Ascension Coffee. Their avocado toast is delicious. BUCKET LIST. Jan Showers. Everything in there is so dreamy! I want to move right in. LUNCH WITH FRIENDS. FT33 is one of my favorite restaurants in the city. Each dish is a work of art, and the menu is always changing so I rarely order the same thing twice. VINTAGE FINDS. Scout Design Studio. I bought two Lucite chairs that I'm planning to re-cover for my office. HIDDEN GEM. Mama's Daughter's Diner for sweet-potato fries. Order them extra crispy. GO-TO LUNCH SPOT. Pak Pao Thai Restaurant for chicken pad Thai. DRINKS WITH CLIENTS Oak for a Hendricks gin martini, stirred with olives. LAST ANTIQUES ACQUISITION. Abrash Decorative Rug Gallery. I bought an old Turkish Oushak rug. GREAT PLACE TO FLESH OUT A ROOM'S DETAILS. Jean de Merry. We recently loaded up on fabulous accessories by Alexander Lamont and Patricia Roach to finish out a wonderful project at the W. FAVORITE LUNCH SPOT. Ascension Coffee. I get the tomato and mozzarella panini every time. END OF THE DAY DRINK. A glass of wine on the patio at Oak. LAST THING YOU BOUGHT. Dedar fabrics at George Cameron Nash. They're almost like little bits of artwork. I love incorporating them as pillows. They bring so much life into a space. SECRET SOURCE. Carayga Furniture Design Studio. They make a lot of my ideas become a reality. Recently I had them make custom storage benches that sit at the end of twin beds for a client's twin daughters. From far left: Dedar About Flowers and Margarita fabrics, both at George Cameron Nash. AMY BERRY Interior designer, Amy Berry Design Amy Berry BRADLEY AGATHER MEANS BRANT McFARLAIN Interior designer, R Brant Design LIFESTYLE BLOGGER, LUELLA & JUNE Brant McFarlain Above center: Fabrics, Michael Smith Konstantin Kakanias Collection, at Culp. Left: Eighteenth-century continental inlaid-walnut commode from Legacy Antiques. CYNTHIA COLLINS Interior designer, Collins Interiors UNDER-THE-RADAR EATERY. Taco Stop's veggie tacos are my go-to order. DRINK WITH CLIENTS. Moscow mule at Oak. LATEST ANTIQUES ACQUISITION. A beautiful German inlay commode at Legacy Antiques. RECENT OVER-THE-TOP FIND. I headed into Culp Associates on the hunt for Templeton's new collection, Konstantin Kakanias, which was designed by the Greek painter in collaboration with Michael S. Smith. It's red lips on linen! SECRET OBSESSION. The iced tea (extra lemons) at Buck's Prime. MUST-VISIT ART GALLERY. Laura Rathe Fine Art. We bought a fabulous large-scale Mel DeWees piece. Cynthia Collins Scout Design Studio Bradley Agather Means Jan Showers Collection Alexander LaMont Folly Gesso ceiling light at Jean de Merry Alexander LaMont Ocean armoire at Jean de Merry Patricia Roach at Jean de Merry Laura Rathe Fine Art

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